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That is most likely inside the transmission. IF the fluid level is ok and all the wires to the transmission are ok, it is time for an overhaul
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
chances are you don't have to replace the computer. the reason i tell you this is because you did not mention that the car is running lousy. no complaints of rough idle or missfire or hard starting. chances are that your engine speed sensor which sends the signal to the computer which then controls the transmission is most likely the culprit.. and it could just bhe that there is a loose connection between the two. if that is ok then your transmission control module is faulty. this is not the main computer, but the gobetween the trans and the ecm.. hope this helps please rate this...thanks(btw....the knock sensors control timing not the trans mission)
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
The blinking overdrive button is telling u that a serious fault has occurred in the electronic controls or a mechanical fault such as excess slippage is occurring.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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